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Turnaround Lead

    • Job Tracking ID: 512622-715688
    • Job Location: Trainer, PA
    • Job Level: Management
    • Level of Education: BA/BS
    • Job Type: Full-Time/Regular
    • Date Updated: July 20, 2020
    • Years of Experience: More Than 15 Years
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Job Description:

Key Role Description

Leads all Turnaround scope development, planning, scheduling and field execution activities in order to meet refinery long-term plan and operating targets. Improves refinery uptime and consistently promotes reliability improvement efforts. Reduces costs by implementing industry best practices and developing a site Turnaround Process. Chairs site wide Turnaround Steering Committee. Assures that work complies with all applicable safety, engineering, safe work practice standards, laws, and regulations.

Role Specific Competencies

At Monroe, we have identified eleven specific competencies we expect all leaders of our organization to possess. These competencies are incorporated as a part of our Selection, Performance Management/Review and Developmental processes. The competencies and activities for this role are detailed below:

Technical Knowledge - demonstrates the specific skills necessary for the assignments, understands the background and points of leverage to be effective in the role.

  • Overall responsibilities include safe, efficient, environmentally responsible, and cost effective execution turnaround (TA) work activities with budget accountability.
  • Ensures regulatory compliance with local, State and Federal jurisdictions including OSHA, PADEP, and DOT.
  • Facilitates turnaround scope development and risk ranking with all involved departments.
  • Provides expertise and direction to turnaround activities.
  • Achieves high levels of productivity through improved performance; problem solving, training, and effective oversight.
  • Performs investigations and issues reports on near misses, incidents or injuries that occur within the refinery as to their root cause, and how to prevent recurrence.
  • Oversees turnaround planners in the development of blind lists, piping packages, and isolation lists (LOTO). Also updating of confined space plans, P&IDs, and unit operating procedures.
  • Helps prepare the Refinery Turnaround LRP (Long Range Plan), annually to include Turnaround timing, duration and estimate by unit.
  • Coordinates and Maintains the Refinery TA Schedule (Six Year Look-Ahead).
  • Utilizes TA Best Practices and complies with Turnaround Milestones.
  • Ensures that estimated work scope fits within given Turnaround budgets with appropriate cost and schedule contingency.
  • Screens, mentors, and develops Turnaround Contracting Companies.
  • Supports TA development of integrated Turnaround schedules (oil-out to on spec production) accounting for shutdown and start-up durations.
  • Ensures that TA logistics are planned and coordinated (including but not limited to break and lunch areas, busing, food services, security, communication, fuel, lighting, equipment rentals, etc.)
  • Creates a fully integrated Turnaround and project execution organization. Establishes clear expectations of Turnaround and project execution Roles and Responsibilities. Conducts expectation meetings with all TA personnel prior to oil out.
  • Leads turnaround execution; facilitates Turnaround cost and schedule updates. Conducts periodic Steering Team & Refinery Leadership Team member update meetings during active Turnarounds. Issues daily Turnaround updates to Organization.
  • Ensures Turnaround FCO / addendum process is utilized to account for scope growth and changes
  • Works with Maintenance / Process / Technical project teams to optimize reliability and ensure compliance on capital projects.
  • Integrates necessary capital work into TA plans. Develops integrated execution plans that minimize conflict and maximize efficiency. Develops cost, equipment, manpower, and logistic sharing plans.
  • Reviews all manpower head counts. Minimizes the number of on-site contractors needed to meet refinery targets.

Knowledge of Work Areas and Responsibilities - demonstrates a clear understanding of role and responsibilities within specific area, flexible and agile in adapting to changes or exploring opportunities and challenges.

  • Develops, modifies and approves maintenance or safety procedures and training materials individually or as part of a team for use by Operations, Maintenance Mechanics, and Supervisors.
  • Reviews and approves Contractor’s time through the Track software.
  • Prepares and submits Turnaround AFE’s.
  • Working knowledge of Craft Union / Building Trade Agreements.
  • Knows and consistently applies company policies, procedures and the collective bargaining agreement.

Communications - Verbal and Written - includes written and verbal communications, delivers presentations and has good listening skills.

Problem Solving and Conflict Leadership - strives to understand contributing factors, works to resolve complex situations, and helps individuals to resolve conflicts.

Delivering Results - Sense of Urgency - defines appropriate goals, works toward achieving goals, articulates vision and steps for achievement, meets deadlines and provides timely status updates and follow-through.

Teamwork/Cooperation - accountable to team, works to meet established deliverables, appreciates view of team members and is respectful of others.

Initiative - takes action, seeks new opportunities, and strives to see projects to completion.

Work Reliability/Quality - strives to eliminate errors, accurate work is a priority, and seeks opportunities to improve product/services.

Integrity and Trust - honest, accountable, upholds ethics standards and maintains confidentiality.

Leadership Capability - provides strong leadership, sets a good example, skilled decision maker, motivator and encourager.

People Development/Coaching - offers feedback, coaches employees appropriately, rewards employees wisely, takes mentoring role, challenges and develops employees and offers opportunity.

  • Interacts with direct reports on a daily basis to ensure clear and open communications; alignment with goals and objectives; and to proactively address progress, concerns and questions.

Experience and Skills

Education, Experience, and Skill Requirements

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 15 years of proven industry experience in turnarounds, maintenance, capital project construction or repairing complex industrial equipment in a high-risk industry such as refining, petrochemical, or chemical processing.
  • High School Diploma or equivalent experience required; BS Degree in Engineering preferred.
    • Proficient with Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel as well as Primavera and CMMS software.
    • Demonstrated proficiency in all of Role Specific Competencies.

 
 
 

 

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